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State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Westlawn Middle School

Project Family

Banner School Award LogoTuscaloosa City Schools

Principal, Dr. Tiffany Davis

Superintendent, Dr. Mike Daria

Westlawn Middle School’s Project Family was developed to engage school and community partners to empower parents, students, and the West Tuscaloosa community to actively support family engagement. Westlawn recruited and partnered with over thirty community partners and ensured students and parents had the guidance and resources needed for future success. During Motivate Me Monday weekly assemblies, stakeholders spoke to students regarding topics from job development to character development. The Money Matters campaign opened a student-operated bank on campus. Interested students interviewed for teller positions, took math entry assessments, and participated in job training sessions with local bankers. PNC Bank hosted financial literacy sessions for students and parents. Promoting Family Unity was held during a home football game. Partners sponsored the first fifty families free game admission and parents and students participated in drawings and games at halftime. This support of Westlawn’s athletes increased family/community support by eliminating financial barriers. No Excuse for Drugs hosted Bradford Health and Tuscaloosa Police to discuss drug abuse prevention and awareness. The Cardiovascular Expo partnered with LifeSouth, UA College of Nursing, and Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy Health Sciences Program to offer the Blood Mobile and informational booths on heart and lung health. Project Family’s immense impact was witnessed in the school’s family atmosphere and significant growth in parent engagement.

 

State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Westlawn Middle School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Project Family

Banner School Award LogoTuscaloosa City Schools

Principal, Dr. Tiffany Davis

Superintendent, Dr. Mike Daria

Westlawn Middle School’s Project Family was developed to engage school and community partners to empower parents, students, and the West Tuscaloosa community to actively support family engagement. Westlawn recruited and partnered with over thirty community partners and ensured students and parents had the guidance and resources needed for future success. During Motivate Me Monday weekly assemblies, stakeholders spoke to students regarding topics from job development to character development. The Money Matters campaign opened a student-operated bank on campus. Interested students interviewed for teller positions, took math entry assessments, and participated in job training sessions with local bankers. PNC Bank hosted financial literacy sessions for students and parents. Promoting Family Unity was held during a home football game. Partners sponsored the first fifty families free game admission and parents and students participated in drawings and games at halftime. This support of Westlawn’s athletes increased family/community support by eliminating financial barriers. No Excuse for Drugs hosted Bradford Health and Tuscaloosa Police to discuss drug abuse prevention and awareness. The Cardiovascular Expo partnered with LifeSouth, UA College of Nursing, and Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy Health Sciences Program to offer the Blood Mobile and informational booths on heart and lung health. Project Family’s immense impact was witnessed in the school’s family atmosphere and significant growth in parent engagement.

 

State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Westlawn Middle School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Project Family

Banner School Award LogoTuscaloosa City Schools

Principal, Dr. Tiffany Davis

Superintendent, Dr. Mike Daria

Westlawn Middle School’s Project Family was developed to engage school and community partners to empower parents, students, and the West Tuscaloosa community to actively support family engagement. Westlawn recruited and partnered with over thirty community partners and ensured students and parents had the guidance and resources needed for future success. During Motivate Me Monday weekly assemblies, stakeholders spoke to students regarding topics from job development to character development. The Money Matters campaign opened a student-operated bank on campus. Interested students interviewed for teller positions, took math entry assessments, and participated in job training sessions with local bankers. PNC Bank hosted financial literacy sessions for students and parents. Promoting Family Unity was held during a home football game. Partners sponsored the first fifty families free game admission and parents and students participated in drawings and games at halftime. This support of Westlawn’s athletes increased family/community support by eliminating financial barriers. No Excuse for Drugs hosted Bradford Health and Tuscaloosa Police to discuss drug abuse prevention and awareness. The Cardiovascular Expo partnered with LifeSouth, UA College of Nursing, and Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy Health Sciences Program to offer the Blood Mobile and informational booths on heart and lung health. Project Family’s immense impact was witnessed in the school’s family atmosphere and significant growth in parent engagement.

 

State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Westlawn Middle School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Project Family

Banner School Award LogoTuscaloosa City Schools

Principal, Dr. Tiffany Davis

Superintendent, Dr. Mike Daria

Westlawn Middle School’s Project Family was developed to engage school and community partners to empower parents, students, and the West Tuscaloosa community to actively support family engagement. Westlawn recruited and partnered with over thirty community partners and ensured students and parents had the guidance and resources needed for future success. During Motivate Me Monday weekly assemblies, stakeholders spoke to students regarding topics from job development to character development. The Money Matters campaign opened a student-operated bank on campus. Interested students interviewed for teller positions, took math entry assessments, and participated in job training sessions with local bankers. PNC Bank hosted financial literacy sessions for students and parents. Promoting Family Unity was held during a home football game. Partners sponsored the first fifty families free game admission and parents and students participated in drawings and games at halftime. This support of Westlawn’s athletes increased family/community support by eliminating financial barriers. No Excuse for Drugs hosted Bradford Health and Tuscaloosa Police to discuss drug abuse prevention and awareness. The Cardiovascular Expo partnered with LifeSouth, UA College of Nursing, and Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy Health Sciences Program to offer the Blood Mobile and informational booths on heart and lung health. Project Family’s immense impact was witnessed in the school’s family atmosphere and significant growth in parent engagement.

 

State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Westlawn Middle School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Project Family

Banner School Award LogoTuscaloosa City Schools

Principal, Dr. Tiffany Davis

Superintendent, Dr. Mike Daria

Westlawn Middle School’s Project Family was developed to engage school and community partners to empower parents, students, and the West Tuscaloosa community to actively support family engagement. Westlawn recruited and partnered with over thirty community partners and ensured students and parents had the guidance and resources needed for future success. During Motivate Me Monday weekly assemblies, stakeholders spoke to students regarding topics from job development to character development. The Money Matters campaign opened a student-operated bank on campus. Interested students interviewed for teller positions, took math entry assessments, and participated in job training sessions with local bankers. PNC Bank hosted financial literacy sessions for students and parents. Promoting Family Unity was held during a home football game. Partners sponsored the first fifty families free game admission and parents and students participated in drawings and games at halftime. This support of Westlawn’s athletes increased family/community support by eliminating financial barriers. No Excuse for Drugs hosted Bradford Health and Tuscaloosa Police to discuss drug abuse prevention and awareness. The Cardiovascular Expo partnered with LifeSouth, UA College of Nursing, and Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy Health Sciences Program to offer the Blood Mobile and informational booths on heart and lung health. Project Family’s immense impact was witnessed in the school’s family atmosphere and significant growth in parent engagement.

 

State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Westlawn Middle School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Project Family

Banner School Award LogoTuscaloosa City Schools

Principal, Dr. Tiffany Davis

Superintendent, Dr. Mike Daria

Westlawn Middle School’s Project Family was developed to engage school and community partners to empower parents, students, and the West Tuscaloosa community to actively support family engagement. Westlawn recruited and partnered with over thirty community partners and ensured students and parents had the guidance and resources needed for future success. During Motivate Me Monday weekly assemblies, stakeholders spoke to students regarding topics from job development to character development. The Money Matters campaign opened a student-operated bank on campus. Interested students interviewed for teller positions, took math entry assessments, and participated in job training sessions with local bankers. PNC Bank hosted financial literacy sessions for students and parents. Promoting Family Unity was held during a home football game. Partners sponsored the first fifty families free game admission and parents and students participated in drawings and games at halftime. This support of Westlawn’s athletes increased family/community support by eliminating financial barriers. No Excuse for Drugs hosted Bradford Health and Tuscaloosa Police to discuss drug abuse prevention and awareness. The Cardiovascular Expo partnered with LifeSouth, UA College of Nursing, and Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy Health Sciences Program to offer the Blood Mobile and informational booths on heart and lung health. Project Family’s immense impact was witnessed in the school’s family atmosphere and significant growth in parent engagement.

 

State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Westlawn Middle School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Project Family

Banner School Award LogoTuscaloosa City Schools

Principal, Dr. Tiffany Davis

Superintendent, Dr. Mike Daria

Westlawn Middle School’s Project Family was developed to engage school and community partners to empower parents, students, and the West Tuscaloosa community to actively support family engagement. Westlawn recruited and partnered with over thirty community partners and ensured students and parents had the guidance and resources needed for future success. During Motivate Me Monday weekly assemblies, stakeholders spoke to students regarding topics from job development to character development. The Money Matters campaign opened a student-operated bank on campus. Interested students interviewed for teller positions, took math entry assessments, and participated in job training sessions with local bankers. PNC Bank hosted financial literacy sessions for students and parents. Promoting Family Unity was held during a home football game. Partners sponsored the first fifty families free game admission and parents and students participated in drawings and games at halftime. This support of Westlawn’s athletes increased family/community support by eliminating financial barriers. No Excuse for Drugs hosted Bradford Health and Tuscaloosa Police to discuss drug abuse prevention and awareness. The Cardiovascular Expo partnered with LifeSouth, UA College of Nursing, and Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy Health Sciences Program to offer the Blood Mobile and informational booths on heart and lung health. Project Family’s immense impact was witnessed in the school’s family atmosphere and significant growth in parent engagement.

 

State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Westlawn Middle School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Project Family

Banner School Award LogoTuscaloosa City Schools

Principal, Dr. Tiffany Davis

Superintendent, Dr. Mike Daria

Westlawn Middle School’s Project Family was developed to engage school and community partners to empower parents, students, and the West Tuscaloosa community to actively support family engagement. Westlawn recruited and partnered with over thirty community partners and ensured students and parents had the guidance and resources needed for future success. During Motivate Me Monday weekly assemblies, stakeholders spoke to students regarding topics from job development to character development. The Money Matters campaign opened a student-operated bank on campus. Interested students interviewed for teller positions, took math entry assessments, and participated in job training sessions with local bankers. PNC Bank hosted financial literacy sessions for students and parents. Promoting Family Unity was held during a home football game. Partners sponsored the first fifty families free game admission and parents and students participated in drawings and games at halftime. This support of Westlawn’s athletes increased family/community support by eliminating financial barriers. No Excuse for Drugs hosted Bradford Health and Tuscaloosa Police to discuss drug abuse prevention and awareness. The Cardiovascular Expo partnered with LifeSouth, UA College of Nursing, and Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy Health Sciences Program to offer the Blood Mobile and informational booths on heart and lung health. Project Family’s immense impact was witnessed in the school’s family atmosphere and significant growth in parent engagement.

 

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